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This talk comprised of modern ways of doing Hardware and Software design by using Virtual Prototypes which not only helps reduce Time-To-Market (TTM) of products but also helps in catching bugs in the early stage of design. In the first half of the talk, comparison between traditional methodology VS. Virtual Prototypes was discussed and advantages of Virtual Prototypes for both Hardware and Software design. Methodology involved in Virtual Prototypes which consists of SystemC and TLM Modeling was discussed in the second half and also the difference between Virtual Prototypes for Hardware Design and Software Design.
About the speaker:
Saad Siddiqui did B.E (Electronics) from NED University of Engineering and Technology. After completing his engineering degree, he went to Germany for higher studies and got his M.Sc. in Communication Engineering from Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany. His M.Sc. thesis was Design Space Exploration for Multiprocessor Architecture using Virtual Prototypes. He has been working with Intel Germany for more than 3 years as a Virtual Prototyping Engineer.